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Fr Rob Galea’s long road home

01 Feb 2017 | Anna Watt

When his life seemed most desperate, Fr Rob Galea found hope and purpose in God. Now the performer dedicates his life, and his music, to helping others discover the same thing.


Liturgy: Family life in all its diversity

01 Feb 2017 | Geraldine Martin

In this liturgy, parishes and schools will have the opportunity to celebrate family life. 


Reflection questions & activities for 'Fr Rob Galea’s long road home'

01 Feb 2017 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for 'Fr Rob Galea’s long road home' in the Autumn 2017 edition


Reviving an ancient tradition

01 Feb 2017 | Jemimah McMurray

When I think of millennials and church music, upbeat tunes and remixes come to mind. But for some young Australians, it is the most ancient traditions that breathe new life into the liturgy.


Hallelujah is our song 

01 Feb 2017 | Clare Deignan

Australian Catholics magazine caught up with two Catholic performers making their way to Australia for tours during Lent and Easter this year. 


The Sneaky Stations of the Cross Playlist

01 Feb 2017 | Theadosia Kurniawan

Where most people hear trashy pop songs, we hear songs that, with a little imagination, could be used to connect people with God. This ‘sneaky’ playlist makes a journey through the Stations of the Cross, using music you’d normally only find on the radio.


Explorations: The music of faith

01 Feb 2017 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

While music is a central part of our celebrations of the liturgy, it’s also often a source of conflict. 


The loss of a beloved one

01 Feb 2017 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

This Lent, Madonna magazine will take readers on a special journey through the Easter story, using a series of daily meditations on the Gospel story. Here is the first entry.


Prayer blog: Remaining Resolute

14 Jan 2017 | Mark O'Shea

'Argh! Just ten more minutes!' It's 6am, and already I'm in the throes of a heated battle with my alarm clock. My outstretched hand slams down on the snooze button, the only ally I can count on in this daily grudge match. It takes another three rounds in the ring for my conscience to finally leap into action, prying my unwilling eyes open with a few short, sharp pangs: 'Didn't you promise yourself that you'd be getting up early from now on?' Fine! I surrender!


Prayer blog: Strange Journeys

14 Dec 2016 | Andrew Hamilton, SJ

Many children associate Christmas with journeys made and odd places visited. Plane and train trips to visit separated parents, car trips to visit rarely seen relatives, camping expeditions to tent cities by the beach.


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